Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen Chronological Table 1863-1945
June 21: Anne Marie Brodersen is born at the large farm Thygesminde in Sdr. Stenderup near Kolding.
Creates her first work, a small sheep, with clay from the farm's kitchen garden. From the very start, her range of motifs is the animal and human form.
Trains in drawing and modelling at the artist C.C. Magnussen's School of Carving (C.C. Magnussens snitteskole) in Schleswig.
August: Trains at Vilhelm Klein's School for Drawing and Applied Art for Women (Vilhelm Kleins Tegne- og Kunstindustriskole for Kvinder).
November: Pupil of the sculptor August V. Saabye.
Trains with the painters Jørgen Roed og Henrik Olrik.
Her official début takes place at Charlottenborg's Spring Exhibition (Charlottenborgs Forårsudstilling) with the work Portrait Bust (Portrætbuste).
Creates the sketch for the relief The Loss of a Son (Sønnetabet), and completes the fountain group Thor with the Midgard Serpent (Thor med Midgaardsormen) in Saabye's studio.
Is awarded the first prize in Neuhausen's competition (Neuhausens konkurrence) for this work.
March: Is awarded a scholarship at the Art School for Women (Kunstskolen for Kvinder). Here she stays till January 1890.
Together with her colleague, Agnes Lunn, she travels to the Netherlands and Belgium and visits the World Exhibition in Paris. In Paris she enters two calf figurines and wins bronze medal.
Receives the Academy of Fine Arts' travel grant (Kunstakademiets rejsestipendium), which allows her another journey to Paris and possibly later to Italy.
March 2: Meets the composer and conductor Carl August Nielsen (1865-1931). Anne Marie and Carl throw a wedding party in Café de la Regence in Paris April 10 and are formally married in the English Church in Florence on May 10 where Anne Marie takes the family name Carl-Nielsen.
December 9: Their daughter, Irmelin Johanne Nielsen (1891-1974), is born.
For the first time, she contributes to The Free Exhibition (Den Frie Udstilling) in Copenhagen.
Becomes permanent member of The Free Exhibition (Den Frie Udstilling) and in addition her two calves in bronze are accepted for the World Exhibition in Chicago.
March 4: A daughter, Anne Marie Frederikke Nielsen (1893-1983), known as Søs, is born.
September 5: A son, Hans Børge Nielsen (1895-1956), is born.
September 14: Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen's father dies.
Receives the Anckerske Grant (Anckerske Legat) and she uses it for a prolonged journey with Carl to Athens and Constantinople. In Athens she makes a copy of the Poros Group from the gable at the old Athena Temple.
June: The couple returns to Denmark.
The three big church doors at Ribe Cathedral (Ribe Domkirke) are created.
June: Anne Marie's mother dies.
Is awarded a shared first prize in the competition for a monument to the physician N.J. Finsen.
First prize in Neuhausen's competition (Neuhausens konkurrence) with the work A Woman Weeding (En Lugekone).
Sketches for six reliefs for the King Steps (Kongetrappen) at Christianborg's Castle (Christiansborg Slot).
Receives the prestigious commission of creating the equestrian statue of King Christian IX – she is the first woman ever to be given such a commission.
January: becomes member of the Academy of Fine Arts' Plenary Group (Kunstakademiets plenarforsamling). Membership continues until March 1914.
The Queen Dagmar (Dronning Dagmar).
Is one of the driving forces behind the foundation of the Society for Women Artists (Kvindelige Kunstneres Samfund) alongside the painter Anna Ancher.
Anne Marie and Carl enter into negotiations about separation.
June 28: Anne Marie and Carl send in joint application for separation. The application is approved on September 26.
Anne Marie and Carl reunite.
November 15: The official unveiling of the Equestrian Statue of King Christian IX (Rytterstatuen af Christian IX) at Christiansborg Castle's Riding Arena (Christiansborg Slots Ridebane).
November 17: Is awarded the medal Ingenio et Arti in gold.
Enters the competition for a monument to Skipper Clement (Skipper Clement) in Aalborg.
Portrait bust of Carl Nielsen.
Is awarded the Thorvaldsen's medal (Thorvaldsens medalje) for her work with the bust of Carl Nielsen.
9th June: The Flute Player (Fløjtespilleren), a monument in memory of Carl Nielsen, is erected in Nørre Lyndelse.
The Fisherman, which originally formed part of the equestrian monument's pedestal relief, is erected as an independent sculpture on Skagen with the title Danish Fisherman and Rescuer (Dansk Fisker og Redningsmand).
Becomes member of the committee for the Anckerske Grant (Anckerske Legat).
December 17: The Carl Nielsen monument Music's Genius (Musikkens genius) is revealed at Grønningen in Copenhagen.
The Headman (Høvding) and Queen Margrete I (Dronning Margrete I).
June 21: Her 80th birthday is celebrated in a number of events.
Admitted as an honorary member of Danish Society of Sculptors (Dansk Billedhugger Samfund).
February 22/23: Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen dies.
February 26: The funeral takes place in Copenhagen Cathedral, and she is buried at Vestre cemetery next to Carl Nielsen.